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Weather in India WINTER SEASON (January-February 2007) † Introduction Like last year, the severity of winter was short lived during the winter season, January-February 2007. Severe cold wave conditions 1 prevailed over northwest India only in the first fortnight of January. Rest of the winter was mild with cold wave conditions occurring at isolated pockets of northwest, central and peninsular India. This year, once again, parts of Dal Lake in Srinagar were frozen during the second week of
more » ... y. Also fog continued to occur over the northern parts of the country in the beginning of January, disrupting road, rail and air transports. No intense low pressure system formed over the north Indian Ocean during the period. Also the easterlywesterly interactions, which often cause the rainfall activity to extend even upto south peninsula, had been practically nil, during the season. The rainfall activity was very much subdued during the month of January. However, during February, many parts, especially the north India received good rainfall due to an active western disturbance. Seasonal rainfall (January-February) The seasonal rainfall was: excess in 11 met. subdivisions, viz.
doi:10.54302/mausam.v59i1.1220 fatcat:voeox5jwlfa4xmtswuxenhe7qm